EU citizens who become British can still have non-EU spouses live with them, court rules

the Guardian -

the Guardian—European court says Home Office was wrong to deny permanent residency to Algerian husband of British-Spanish citizen A European citizen who becomes a British citizen does not lose the right to have a spouse from a non-EU country live with them in the UK, the European court of justice (ECJ) has ruled in a landmark case. After a five-month deliberation it has decided the Home Office was wrong to refuse a dual British-Spanish citizen the right to have her Algerian husband live with her in Britain....

EU citizens 'can become British but still benefit from Brussels rules'. The European Court of Justice has rejected the idea that all Britons should be subject to the Home Office's stricter regulations on who gets residency.